Sicily – Photograph a Sense of Place

At the crossroads of the Mediterranean, the gorgeous island of Sicily continues to seduce travelers with its diversity of landscapes, spectacular architecture and warm and inviting people. Sicily provides everything from ancient architecture to stunning masterpieces of the Baroque in its relatively small footprint. Presiding over all of this is Mount Etna, Europe's tallest active volcano, a constant reminder of the power of nature over man's interventions.

Our Focus - What You Will Learn:

Join my Photography Workshop May 26 to June 2, 2017: “Sicily - Photograph a Sense of Place” where we'll work toward a personal photographic response to the Sicilian sense of place. Advance your skills in photography and learn how to make your own personal photographic statements. Discover how to make stronger images,  how to see photographically and how to tell a story in photographs. Learn about the thought process that will produce images that go beyond the cliche - in Sicily!

To make sure you get to concentrate on photography instead of travel details, we arrange and include everything - ground transportation, lodging, meals, extensive instructional materials, guides, tips, etc - you just arrive and immerse yourself in photography and Italian culture.

Click here for more information about the workshop's itinerary. Only 1 spot remains in my small, 7-person group. Questions? send an email to

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Ortigia, Sicily - Photograph by Jeff Curto
Ortigia, Sicily - Photograph by Jeff Curto